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Golf Tied For Eight After Day One of Towson Invitational
Three players card a 76 Sunday; round two begins tomorrow afternoon
March 31, 2013Tweet
Grasonville, MD—The trio of David Cellura, Jesse Perkins and Jack Sedgewick guided the Bearcats to a score of 309 (+21) in the first round of play at the Whiting-Turner Towson Invitational. All three recorded a score of 76 (+4) Sunday at the Prospect Bay CC as Binghamton sits in a tie for eighth place after day one.
Senior David Cellura made 11 straight pars to begin his round to pace BU. Despite recording three bogeys and a double bogey in the remaining seven holes, Cellura currently sits in a tie for 21st place individually.
After shooting four-over on the front nine, freshman Jesse Perkins bounced back with a score of even par on the back. Perkins birdied the short par 4 14th and the 17th hole to close out his round. He played the par 5’s at one under on Sunday.
Sophomore Jack Sedgewick was the third and final BU player to shoot a 76 at Prospect Bay. Sedgewick birdied a pair of holes on the front nine on his way to a 36. He finished the back with a score of 40, but is very much in the hunt for a top-20 finish.
William and Mary headlines the tournament field after round one, shooting a team total of 291 (+3). The Tribe’s Jeremy Wells holds the individual lead with an opening round 68 (-4). He bogied just two holes on Sunday (both par 5’s).
Binghamton begins round two on Monday, beginning at 12:50. The Bearcats will be coupled with Long Island Univ. and Longwood